Loan and Dual Reg Report

  • Eight Warriors were in loan and dual registration action over the past week.
  • Ethan Fitzgerald scored on loan for Workington Town.
  • Tom Forber involved twice in a week for Widnes who record back-to-back wins.

Eight Warriors were in loan and dual registration action over the past week.

Widnes Vikings 31-14 Bradford Bulls | Keighley Cougars 22-38 Widnes Vikings

Tom Forber was at interchange as Widnes ran out victorious against Bradford Bulls on Monday night.

The on loan Warriors hooker was also at interchange as the Vikings made it two wins in seven days, with back-to-back victories moving them up to eighth in the Championship table. Forber provided a fantastic offload to Max Roberts early in the second half for the Vikings to score.

Tom Forber is sponsored by Care,Love,Learn Childcare.

North Wales Crusaders 24-32 Workington Town

Reagan Sumner started on the right wing, alongside fellow Wigan loanee Ethan Fitzgerald at right centre, as Workington Town beat North Wales Crusaders 32-24 on Sunday afternoon. Fitzgerald played his part to help Town to victory with a try on loan debut.

Reagan Sumner is sponsored by Elite performance sports massage and Ethan Fitzgerald is sponsored by Kevills solicitors.

Hunslet 21-8 Oldham Roughyeds

Warriors loanee Harvey Wilson was on the interchange bench and entered the proceedings, doing well to stop a try under great pressure from Hunslet on the afternoon but Oldham Roughyeds fell to defeat against Hunslet on Sunday afternoon.

Harvey Wilson is sponsored by Locker-19.

Cornwall 28-8 Midlands Hurricanes

Finley Beardsworth was also out on loan this weekend, starting at second row as Midlands Hurricanes fell to defeat against Cornwall. In the bottom of the table clash, Hurricanes got two tries on the day but it wasn’t enough against a strong Cornwall side.

Finley Beardsworth is sponsored by Handelsbanken.

Barrow Raiders 10-20 Featherstone Rovers.

Wigan had three loanees in action for Barrow as they faced Featherstone Rovers. Zach Eckersley and Harvey Makin both started for the Raiders whilst Kavan Rothwell was available off the interchange bench.

Despite going in level at 10-10 at the interval, Featherstone scored 10-unanswered points in the second half to maintain their 10-point gap at the top of the Championship table.

Zach Eckersley is sponsored by John Pye Ltd, Harvey Makin is sponsored by Mortgage Advice People and Kavan Rothwell is sponsored by Steel-quick Ltd.

Monday 17 July 2023